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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by jbmOU, Nov 17, 2008.

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  1. jbmOU

    jbmOU Member

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    I read a thread on here the other day about using kroil on your shotmaker to prevent slow drippers. Does this really work? If so, where can i buy some?
    Thank you!
     
  2. Chango2

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    Berger bullets used to sell it, not sure if Berger still does. Check the aircraft industry or google it.
     
  3. Finprof

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    You can buy Kroil from Midway. They sometimes have it on sale.
     
  4. ricks1

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    I had it up It works great for drippers and the inside but you still need to use the chalk/moly or what ever you like on the lip. When you put it on heat the shot maker to temp first . that will "dry" the liquid off. Any industrial supply will have it or google it and buy direct . AS said Midway has it rick
     
  5. rwm12

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    Kano Laboratories, Nashville, Tenn., check out above website, the oil that creeps.
     
  6. ricks1

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    I found that It will release lead on bullet molds I leave on and cast. But all the OLD bullet casters say it wont work. BUT IT DOES rick
     
  7. i_shoot

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    I saw it at Wally World the other day in the automotive section.

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